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How to Calm Your Mind : Finding Peace and Productivity in Anxious Times

Bailey, Chris
How to Calm Your Mind offers a toolkit of accessible, science-backed strategies that reveal how the path to a less anxious life, and even greater productivity, runs directly through calm.

The Wild Isles: An Anthology of the Best of British and Irish Nature Writing

Barkham, Patrick
The very best of British and Irish nature writing selected by the natural history writer Patrick Barkham.

Healthier Planet, Healthier You: 100 Sustainable, Nutritious and Delicious Recipes

Bell, Annie
A beautiful full-colour cookbook featuring simple, tasty recipes to nourish your health and support the planet, based on a global scientific report.

Elizabeth : An Intimate Portrait

Brandreth, Gyles
This intimate, personal biography of Queen Elizabeth II tells the story of her remarkable life, reign and times, from a perspective unlike any other.

Elizabeth Taylor : The Grit and Glamour of an Icon

Brower, Kate Anderson
The first authorised biography of eternal legend Elizabeth Taylor.

Wild Women: A collection of first-hand accounts from female explorers

Frostrup, Mariella
A collection of the greatest women's travel writing ever written.

Anti-diet: Reclaim Your Time, Money, Well-being And Happiness Through Intuitive Eating

Harrison, Christy
Reclaim Your Time, Money, Well-Being and Happiness Through Intuitive Eating.

Glow In The Dark: Share Your Best Ideas and Tell Your Story with Confidence

Leruste, Mark
Share your authentic self. shine a light on your best work and learn to glow in the dark

A Year To Change Your Mind : Ideas From The Therapy Room To Help You Live Better

Maddox, Lucy
In A YEAR TO CHANGE YOUR MIND, accredited practising psychologist Dr Lucy Maddox explains how psychological processes thread through our lives, pinpointing those issues most frequently encountered in each month, and shows us how by reflecting upon past experiences, both joyful and painful, we can learn to live a more thoughtful, positive life that better prepares us for the future.